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Square Dance Calls authored by Willard Orlich

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  1. Cast By Jay King
  2. Flutter Wheel And A Quarter More Jay King
  3. Left Square By Jay King
  4. Mini Square Jay King
  5. Partner Tag Jay King
  6. Peel, Turn And Peel / Cross Jay King
  7. Shorty Chain Jay King
 
  1. Shorty Top Jay King
  2. Spin Chain The Flip Jay King
  3. Square By Jay King
  4. Tag Right/Out, Left/In Jay King
  5. Tag The Line Jay King
  6. Tag The Line 1/4; 1/2; 3/4 Jay King
  7. Touch 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 Jay King

This may not be a complete list of all calls authored by Willard Orlich.

 Cast By
 Jay King  -  page 208
 

Definition:

From Trade By formation: Those facing in Pass Thru as those facing out Cast Back. Finishes in lines with centers facing out and ends facing in.

Willard Orlich 1973

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 4252
  
  
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 Flutter Wheel And A Quarter More
 Jay King  -  page 136
 

Definition:

From couples facing: Belles turn thru and return to starting spot to make a right face turn to face in and then Roll. Beaux follow partner across to drop off in opposite beau's spot, making a right face turn to face in and then Roll. Finishes in box formation.

Willard Orlich 1972

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 1831
  
  
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 Left Square By
 Jay King  -  page 209
 

Definition:

From Trade By formation: Those facing out Partner Trade as those facing in Left Square Thru 3/4. Finishes in eight chain thru formation (centers have right hands free).

Willard Orlich

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 4256
  
  
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 Mini Square
 Jay King  -  page 58
 

Definition:

A portion of a Grand Square, usually with one set of couples taking more steps than the other. For example, Sides Face, Mini Square, Heads go Four, Sides go Six (into lines) then Square Thru 3/4 to a Left Allemande.

Willard Orlich 1973

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 818
  
  
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 Partner Tag
 Jay King  -  page 20
 

Definition:

From a couple: Face partner and pass by each other right shoulders. Finishes with couples back to back. Note that Partner Tag can't be called from a wave formation because the two adjacent dancers at each end of the wave are not called "partners"--we need a new term for these dancers like "neighbors."

Willard Orlich 1970

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 550
  
  
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 Peel, Turn And Peel / Cross
 Jay King  -  page 237
 

Definition:

Peel, Turn And Peel

From columns: Lead dancer in each column does a Peel Off. Others step forward and arm turn a half. The center two then do a Peel Off and step forward into a wave (left hand if the original columns were clockwise; right hand if counterclockwise). Finishes in parallel waves. (Andy Cisna 1974)

Peel, Turn And Cross - modification of Peel, Turn And Peel

From columns: Lead dancers Peel Off, thet other six step forward (single file circulate) where the lead and trailing dancer of these six do a Trade while the center two (of each column of three) arm turn one quarter and do a diagonal "Step Thru" to form waves. Finishes in parallel waves. (Will Orlich 1974)

COMMENT: Time will tell.

Andy Cisna and Willard Orlich 1974

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 4657
  
  
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 Shorty Chain
 Jay King  -  page 188
 

Definition:

A complete dance: Allemande left do a Half a Top (turn partner half by the right and move up two), U-turn back. Then do a one quarter top and U-turn back. Do a half a top and U-turn back. Do another one quarter top and U-turn back. Now do a half a top and U-turn back and finally do a one quarter top into a Left Allemande.

Willard Orlich

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 2411
  
  
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 Shorty Top
 Jay King  -  page 188
 

Definition:

From a Grand Right and Left formation: A series of fractional tops (See Challenge Dancing's Basic Calls), each one interrupted by a U-turn back (turning inward toward the person adjacent).

Willard Orlich 1967

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 2410
  
  
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 Spin Chain The Flip
 Jay King  -  page 180
 

Definition:

From parallel waves or eight chain thru formation: All arm turn half, new centers arm turn 3/4 and the centers of the wave across the set Trade. Those in the wave now do a Flip Back (Single Hinge, Box Circulate and Scoot Back). Finishes in parallel waves.

Willard Orlich 1973

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 2348
  
  
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 Square By
 Jay King  -  page 209
 

Definition:

From a Trade By formation: Those facing out Partner Trade as those facing in Square Thru 3/4. Finishes in eight chain thru formation (centers have left hands free).

Willard Orlich 1973

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 4255
  
  
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 Tag Right/Out, Left/In
 Jay King  -  page 247
 

Definition:

Tag Right/Out, Left/In etc. -- Bill Davis, Menlo Park, Cal. 1975

From regular or two faced lines or waves: Do a Tag the Line and the lead dancers face according to the first call (e.g., Right) and the trailers face according to the second call (e.g., Out). The four calls Right, Out, Left, In may be used in appropriate doublet combinations.

Tag Zig In/Out; Zag In/Out -- suggestion by Will Orlich, Bradenton, Fla. 1975

From regular lines, two faced lines or waves: Do a Tag the Line and the lead dancers take the first call (Zig) as the trailers take the second call (In/Out).

COMMENT: The latter suggestion (Zig In, Zag Out, etc.) causes less confusion. Time will tell.

Bill Davis and Willard Orlich 1975

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 4741
  
  
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 Tag The Line
 Jay King  -  page 20
 

Definition:

From four people in line regardless of who faces out and who faces in: All "Face down the Line" (face the center of the line or wave) and pass by two dancers passing right shoulders (double pass thru). Finishes with two files of two back to back (completed double pass thru formation). NOTE: Tag the Line is not a double pass thru--it always required that dancers first change their facing direction by a quarter and then do a double pass thru. When Tag the Line is followed by the terms Right, Left, In, Out or Zig Zag, dancers who have finished the Tag movement individually make quarter turns as the call indicates. Right means all turn 1/4 right; Left means all turn 1/4 left; In means all turn 1/4 to face the center of the set; Out means all turn 1/4 to put their backs to the center of the set; Zig Zag means the lead dancer turns right and the trailing dancer turns left.

Willard Orlich 1969

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 549
  
  
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 Tag The Line 1/4; 1/2; 3/4
 Jay King  -  page 200
 

Definition:

Tag the Line is by Will Orlich, Bradenton, Fla.; Tag the Line Half is by John Steckman, Ellwood City, Pa.; Tag the Line 3/4 is by Bob Dawson, Sarasota, Fla. I don't know who's associated with Tag the Line One Quarter. All "Tags" go back to Tag The Centers by Holman Hudspeth, Detroit, Mich.

From lines, waves or two-faced lines (including three and one lines): All face down the line. Tag the Line One Quarter--leads step forward until shoulder to shoulder in the center. Half Tag The Line--All walk forward, leads pass by one couple and stop when shoulder to shoulder with trailers from the other side (in a wave without joining hands unless so directed). Tag The Line Three Quarters--All walk forward, leads pass thru two couples and trailers stop when shoulder to shoulder in the center with the trailers from the other side (in a wave without joining hands unless so directed).

Willard Orlich and John Steckman and Bob Dawson

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

ID: 4179
  
  
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 Touch 1/4, 1/2, 3/4  -  Basic
 Jay King  -  page 237
 

Definition:

Same as Touch And Turn. Name suggested by Will Orlich, Bradenton, Fla. 1976. [Ed. note: this is the name we use today.]

Willard Orlich 1976

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

Touch 1/4

ID: 4663  (handle=1163)
  
  
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